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[Transcript: A Paris Journal]

Description: Edited transcript of a diary kept by Bill Nelson, Jr. from January 31 to August 2, 1971 while he was living in Paris, France for eight months in his early twenties. The original handwritten diary has been transcribed and images of subjects mentioned are embedded in the text. In the diary Nelson details his sightseeing trips in France, as well as his romantic and sexual encounters with men.
Date: 2014~/2017~
Creator: Anglin, Mike

[Pamphlet: After Hours]

Description: A pamphlet with news, advertisements, and events that are occurring in October within Texas' LGBTQ community. The pamphlet includes an article about Bill Nelson fighting the reprimand he received at the Dallas high school he works at, after his picture was found in the TWT.
Date: October 1979
Creator: TWT

[Scrapbook: Reprimand]

Description: A scrapbook full of the materials surrounding Bill Nelson being reprimanded for wearing a March on Washington t-shirt and being featured in the Village Station, a LGBTQ publication. The photograph that initiated the controversy is on page 31 of the scrapbook and the letter of reprimand he received for it begins on 51.
Date: 1979

[Footage of Lori Palmer being interviewed by Channel 8]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 reporting on City Council election results. Lori Palmer was interviewed about the upcoming run-off election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset.
Date: 1985

[Footage of Lori Palmer winning the run-off election]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 covering Lori Palmer's victory over incumbent Paul Fielding in Dallas' City Council run-off election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1985 DVD.
Date: 1985